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a letter. mama, but you didn't react. you never asked me if i joined you in the bombay sun. mama, when are you returning? i know we agreed. tell me what you are learning. i think dad takes out on me what he wants to take out on you. mama, i think that is angry. i do not know what to do. mama, mama, mama, how i wish you were home. how i wish you were home. i wish you were here. ♪ we always knew you were a winner ♪ ♪ i wish you were home ♪ we could not be prouder ♪ ♪ i love you ♪ i love everything about you, dear. baby, it is true. i love you. i love you. i love everything about you. baby, it is true. i love -- >> chimerical. highly unrealistic, highly danceable. -- highly fanciful. >> that is correct. ♪ i love you ♪ [applause] >> ♪ i wish i could go back to college. life was so simple back then. >> ♪ what would i give to go back and live in the dorm with a meal plan again? >> ♪ i wish i could go back to college. in college, you know who you are. you sit in the sun and think i am going to go far. ♪ >>> ♪ how do i go back to college? i do not know i am any more
travel, how to avoid catching a cold on your next flight. >>> plus sweet treats from the sugar mamas. we'll have them coming up. oh, hi, yes...wow, you really went all out on the decorations, huh?! yeah, but i'm so slow taking them down after all the fatty holiday food. but that's normal. what do you mean that's normal? it doesn't have to be. to me, normal, means feeling good inside. not slow. try some activia. activia helps with occasional irregularity, when eaten 3 times a day. keep a video diary and let me know about your new normal. love your new normal or it's free. [ male announcer ] vicks nyquil cold and flu. the nighttime sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, fever, best sleep you ever got with a cold...medicine. ♪ mmm... pillsbury crescent wrapped brie just unroll, wrap the brie and bake. it's so easy. now this might even impress aunt martha. pillsbury crescent wrapped brie. holiday ideas made easy. laces? really? slip-on's the way to go. more people do that, security would be like -- there's no charge for the bag. thanks. i know a quiet little place where we can get some wor
♪ ♪ ♪ forever and ever, amen mama, he's crazy ♪ crazy over me ♪ just the good ol' boys ♪ never meaning no harm hello, i'm john schneider and i'm thrilled to be here today to introduce the new music collection, country's got heart. we're gonna talk about one of my very favorite topics-- country music. it's real, it's sincere, and it's given us some of the greatest artists of all time. ♪ hello, darlin' ♪ nice to see you ♪ it's been a long time ♪ you're just as lovely ♪ as you used to be ♪ you've got to kiss an angel good morning ♪ ♪ and let her know you think about her ♪ ♪ when you're gone ♪ and don't it make my brown eyes ♪ ♪ don't it make my brown eyes ♪ don't it make ♪ my brown eyes blue ♪ ooo i grew up listening to country music. great country songs tell us stories about life and about love, and they tell it in a way that is so pure. ♪ and when we get behind closed doors ♪ ♪ then she lets her hair hang down ♪ ♪ well, excuse me ♪ but i think you've got my chair ♪ ♪ i still believe in you ♪ ♪ with a love ♪ that will always be country music
' and you're rollin' don't you hear your mama call from the early, early mornin' till the early, early nights hear miss molly rockin' at the house of blue lights good golly, miss molly you sure like to ball take it easy can't hear mama call ahh, fee, fee, fi, fi fo-fo, fum look at once again here she comes wearin' her wig hat and shades to match high-heel sneakers and an alligator hat wearin' her pearls and her diamond rings she's got bracelets on her fingers now and everything she's a devil with a blue dress blue dress, blue dress devil with the blue dress on take it now ooh devil with the blue dress blue dress, blue dress devil with the blue dress on whoa devil with the blue dress blue dress, blue dress devil with the blue dress on come on! devil with the blue dress blue dress, blue dress devil with the blue dress on devil with the blue dress blue dress, blue dress devil with the blue dress on devil with the blue dress blue dress, blue dress devil with the blue dress on devil with the blue dress blue dress, blue dress devil with the blue dress on. good night, everybody. thank you and
of their home. >> the day mama told us we were getting evicted, i think that was the hardest time. i can say this was one of the first times i was kind of worried, whether do we go, what are we going to do? mama just lost her job, now we're getting evicted. >> reporter: this is where kimberly worked. >> kimberly's lost her job. she's facing eviction. how deep is the hole at this point? >> let's not sugarcoat it, right? the unemployment rate is higher for people with limited education, and it is harder to find a job when you're just scraping by at home. when you look at what happened during this downturn, the unemployment rate for african-americans has been consistently twice the rate for white americans. >> reporter: at some point does kimberly become invisible in the job market? >> well, she may not become invisible, but she may become unemployable. there's a saying that when white america gets a cold, black america gets pneumonia. and lots of black americans are suffering from pneumonia today. >> reporter: kimberly may have been looking at an uncertain future, but she was determined that s
recession. out of work, out of luck, out of time. >> the day mama told us we were getting evicted, i think that was the hardest time. >> this is a story of one town, three families, no jobs. >> i felt like my world's crumbling around me. >> how those families fought back. >> how bad did you want that job? >> really bad. >> what they lost. >> by thinking back on that, oh, don't make me cry. >> and what they found. >> i did a lot of growing up. >> "america now, the town that jobs forgot." captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. welcome to "dateline". i'm lester holt. when the recession began no one thought this is where we'd be four years later, worries about a double dip recession, the stock market riding a roller coaster, unemployment still up over 8%. tonight, to try to understand those numbers, we focus on people, three women out of work much longer than they ever expected. they know what it's like to go for months, even years, without a paycheck and how it feels to tell your family the money has finally run out. these are their stor
the romantic comedies and lady drinks. we're good. mama said there'd be days like this ♪ ♪ "there'll be days like this," mama said ♪ [ male announcer ] the toughest job on the planet just got a little easier. with one touch technology and even an air scrubber. the nissan quest. innovation for family. innovation for all. get up to $3,050 total savings on the 2011 nissan quest. ♪ verne: :1 to go, 35-10 l.s.u. now time for the play of the game, presented by napa auto parts and with the call, jim hawthorne of the l.s.u. radio network. >> there's the snap. l.s.u. wants to set up the run and a great punt. mathieu is going to have a chance. at the 49, 40. comes to the outside. 45. he's at midfield. past a man, 40. he's cutting back the other way. he's at the 30, 25, 20, 15, 10, he may go home and he does! holy cow! 62 yards for the honey badger. verne: and he does leave you looking for adgettist, doesn't he? -- adjectives, doesn't he? number seven. and there's the other side. gape yeah, but georgia played a tough game. they gave it everything they had. they catch a couple of those ba
a look at the opening buzzer. new york held on to win it, 106-104. >>> to oklahoma city where i see mama kissing kevin durant, no mistle toe needed between mama and son. the thunder rolled 97-89. >>> finally, what's a sunday without some football? packers and bears, aaron rodgers spreading christmas cheer all over the field. threw 5 touchdowns. hand him the mvp award right now. packers xwroofd with a 35-21 win. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> three new films suffer from silent nights at the box office. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. plus, the story of college friends, baked goods and a holiday tradition that spanned more than a quarter century. you're watching "early today." >>> a good monday morning to you. hope you had a wonderful weekend with your family and friends. weatherwise, it was going to be rain continuing in areas of louisiana, mississippi, east texas, even dallas could have some showers. this heavy rain event is going to be on the move. starting today into tomorrow. it's a pretty nice day today. areas of
a mama, and your mama is hurting. >> this is still an active case. if you have any information, call city homicide at -- >> 3, 2, 1 -- >> what a beautiful show. as spectacular finale for a monumental occasion. thousands rain in the holiday with the lighting of the -- thousands celebrate the holiday with the lighting of the washington monument. beautifully choreographed fire works to music. if you missed our special coverage or would like to see it again, you can see videos of -- videos and more than 100 photos on our website, wbaltv.com, and you can watch the special in its entirety on wbal plus. thank you to viewers for their holiday photos. with this gorgeous christmas tree. check out the unique framing of this picture. great looking tree there, too. i that that took a lot of time to put together. up load your holiday photos to the u local section of our website, wbaltv.com. >> here we go again. cleveland, ohio expecting snow today, but the slush should be cleared out by the time the ravens get into town. baltimore takes on the browns are, and they are hoping for a big game after a frus
this... medicare guide and customized rate quote. >>> welcome back, this is mia. you called her mama mia. >> mama, mia, well she is old enough to be a mother. >> she is, she came in lost, but she needs a home. she is 10, good shape, a happy little pooch. probably doesn't need to have the most active of homes but could probably stand to have exercise. >> yeah. vibrating like a top. >> i know, a great dog, good shape, great energy, in need of a good home. a pom mix. sounds like something you have in the bowl. >> yeah. >> a lot of grain fiber, compliments of the friday puppy sponsor, mr. basement, who believes we can make a difference for pets who need a home like mia. >> guaranteed she will stop shaking once she gets in your house. >> yeah, she sure will. great time for pups to be outside, no rain in the forecast and a little chilly, so if you have a coat like that dressed for the weather. temperatures about 48 degrees right now, almost 46 going into the commercial break but 48 is our temperature now at bwi marshal, 53 on the shore, 43 elkton, 36 on the western portion of the state, 3
y la golpeo, la golpeo en la calle, la golpea delante de la mama de ella y delante de la mama de el también y ninguna de las dos quieren hacer nada" ella es una sobreviviente de violencia, su experiencia le sirviÓ de mucho ya que ahora ella aboga por otras victimas sobreviviente de violencia domestica "estamos ahí para hablarles y decirles a las mujeres que si podemos salir de eso círculo y todo es buscar ayuda y tener uno también fuerzas para poder salir de esos círculos de abusos" silvana quiroz "29 millones de mujeres han sido objeto de violencia domestica de sus parejas, esposos o novios si incluimos bofetadas, empujones o sacudidas este numero se eleva a 36 millones. en la comunidad hispana estas cifras son doblemente preocupantes ya que las mujeres no denuncian la violencia domestica desde washington silvana quiroz univision" dos y medio millones de jovenes adultos tienen seguro de salud a raiz de la controversial reforma impulsada por el presidente obama... el centro de control y prevencion de enfermedades indico hoy que ese grupo de entre 19 y 25 aÑos de edad tienen
you can keep the romantic comedies and lady drinks. we're good. mama said there'd be days like this ♪ ♪ "there'll be days like this," mama said ♪ [ male announcer ] the toughest job on the planet just got a little easier. with one touch technology and even an air scrubber. the nissan quest. innovation for family. innovation for all. get up to $3,050 total savings on the 2011 nissan quest. ♪ verne: :1 to go, 35-10 l.s.u. now time for the play of the game, presented by napa auto parts and with the call, jim hawthorne of the l.s.u. radio network. >> there's the snap. l.s.u. wants to set up the run and a great punt. mathieu is going to have a chance. at the 49, 40. comes to the outside. 45. he's at midfield. past a man, 40. he's cutting back the other way. he's at the 30, 25, 20, 15, 10, he may go home and he does! holy cow! 62 yards for the honey badger. verne: and he does leave you looking for adgettist, doesn't he? -- adjectives, doesn't he? number seven. and there's the other side. gape yeah, but georgia played a tough game. they gave it everything they had. they catch
york held on to win it, 106-104. >>> to oklahoma city where i see mama kissing kevin durant, no mistle toe needed between mama and son. kevin punched the magic in the kisser. the thunder rolled 97-89. >>> finally, what's a sunday without some football? packers and bears, aaron rodgers spreading christmas cheer all over the field. threw 5 touchdowns. hand him the mvp award right now. packers improved with a 35-21 win. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> three new films suffer from silent nights at the box office. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. plus, the story of college friends, baked goods and a holiday tradition that spanned more than a quarter century. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today" on this monday morning. hope you had a wonderful holiday weekend. weatherwise, we'll see, unfortunately, a change to a more damp, wet weather pattern in the pacific northwest. numerous frontal systems and the jet stream will thrive the moisture into the pacific northwest. 44 today and showers, seattle, mu
mama because she entered the river with her calf three weeks later the calf headed back to the ocean but mama stayed behind. the whale's skin was weakened by her lengthy stay in the fresh water which allowed a fungal infection to get into her water. >>> nevada's police chief told ktvu news that he stood by his decision not to arrest teenagers caught with drugs. this afternoon police chief told us it would have been a legal and logistical mess to get to the bottom of exactly who the drugs belonged to. he lectured the kids instead. his department is investigating the tour group that organized the event. he could not tell where the students were from. >>> fog is causing a mess at the airport. the chp urged drivers to slow down due to low visibility. right now the lingering cloud cover is causing ground delays at sfo of up to 1:40 for incoming flights. let's talk more about that fog now with mark tamayo. what are we looking at right now. >> we're taking a look out toward the bay. looks like we have clear skies, we have high clouds with a dense fog kind of out of the picture for right now
helped me." [hip-hop music] ♪ - ♪ what's wrong with the world, mama people livin' like they ain't got no mamas ♪ ♪ i think the whole world's addicted to the drama ♪ ♪ only attracted to the things that'll bring the trauma ♪ ♪ yeah, madness is what you demonstrate ♪ ♪ and that's exactly how anger works and operates ♪ ♪ man, you gotta have love just to set it straight ♪ ♪ take control of your mind and meditate ♪ ♪ let your soul gravitate to the love, y'all, y'all ♪ - ♪ people killing people dying ♪ ♪ children hurt and you hear them cryin' ♪ ♪ can you practice what you preach ♪ ♪ would you turn the other cheek ♪ - ma'am. - [gasps] - you forgot your purse. - oh. you don't know how worried i was. thank you. thank you very much. - hey. nice move, kid. doughnut? - a message from the foundation for a better life. commng up after the break... grab a tissue.you're going too need it.. wwen we show you the powerful story of one young mother's sacrifice.. to save the life of her child. child.and ... if you ppy your phone bill online.. gee ready to pay
estaba a punto de tener a su bebe..hoy ya es mama de una pequeÑa llamada guilliana..hoy tambien, ya regreso a trabajar despues de tomar 10 semanas de descanso.. fue muy dificil pero tenia que regresar a trabajar.. una de las primeras preguntas que tuvo que contemplar cris, es si pondria a su hija en una guarderia. no tengo familia aqui, no tuve opcion mas que meterla en una guarderia..pero me queda cerca..encontro un jardin de nia 2 minutos de su trabajo..esto le facilito la decision de regresar a trabajar.. tambien pilar pinilla tuvo que tomar la dificil decision de regresar a su lugar de empleo... si es una decision muy dificil cuando uno tiene un recien nacido.. sin embargo, pilar tiene una ventaja que muchas mamas no tienen..su trabajo cuenta con una guarderia en el mismo edificio..ahi, tiene a sus tres hijos..kian de 4 aÑos, isabella de 2 y la recien nacida, sophia de 3 meses... vengo aqui cada 3, 4 horas y me tomo una horita aqui con mi niña, le doy pecho, la acaricio, besitos y regreso a trabajar.. quedarse en casa o no con su bebe, es una decision que tiene que contemplar
,000 prizes may be claimed at the -- ya -- ya mama's house. ya mama's house or by mail using the claim form supplied by the booth fairy. please sign and mail -- [ laughter ] >> dude, those are fake tickets from spencer's, dog. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jay: no, no, no. oh, man! did you really think you had won? >> yes, i did. >> jay: are you guys still friends? [ both together ] >> just for the show. [ laughter ] >> jay: well, look, we can't give you the $10,000. but we can do almost as good. adam? >> oh, here we go. immensely heavy, right from the bottom. >> jay: there's 10,000 pennies. there you go, we have 10,000 pennies right there. >> now, will coinstar take this? >> jay: oh, yeah. coinstar. that'll be fine. and you'll have no trouble getting on the plane with that as well. [ laughter ] oh, and we also have -- what do we have here? oh, dinner for two at morton's. >> yes, indeed. >> jay: there we go. there you go. and you can leave this as your tip. there you go, guys. thank you very much, gentlemen, merry christmas to you. bye-bye, guys. all right. be right -- oh, oh! oh
night. walls kicked until straight jackets lay waiting on the lawn. mama would site visions of gang boys with metal vent as if it explained anything. it didn't between dusk from the and dawn saturday he was ready to blow the -- up. do you want some of this? oh , no, yes oh , no or yes , i will be damn, i will be damn, i will be damn. [applause] >> this is called someone else's child. and i guess it's a sort of an imagined conversation with a took place in a real moment in my father's hospital room in a matter of weeks before he died. my father is my foster father and there was always in my life this level of awkwardness because i was not biologically his own son. and he and i never got to have the conversation that i imagined here on page in this piece. so, there is a lot of truth in it. and here we go. someone else's child. >> i'm going to write a poem about you, i said. shall i tell the truth or make something up. what would you write about me. i'd write about the small things like catching my first perch on a cane pole and slapping you up side the head with it. it was the last time
groton school. often it was just me and i'm in the house. so i love listening to replay a night say mama, play me something. and she would oblige. sometimes she would get me up there and say chuck, you do something. make up a little melody. she would show me some quarters and simple melodies and things. finally after a year or so i was really enjoying this is starting to learn the estimate pretty good. i had this epiphany that this is what i wanted to do for the rest of my life. made up my mind. i wanted to be a musician. i was so excited. i was about seven years old and i went to find another intolerant about this. is that mama, mama. she said while wow shack of a robert upcoming sun. is that i've made a big decision. she said will take it deep to than just tommy was undermined. i think mama, i've decided i want to be a musician when i grow up. mom is not about adamantine honey, you can't do both. [laughter] boy was she ready. i'm still struggling with that two word phrase, responsible adult. i'm not sure about that. you guys know the difference between a musician and a municipal bond?
mama entonces vine un dia a la iglesia, encontre el boletin y estaba que decia que ensenaban tejido y costura, oh pues dije yo, aqui esta algo para ocupar mi mente. y pues necesitaba convivir con personas de mi mismo idioma, costumbres por eso oi del taller y vine. charlamos, nos reimos, nos contamos cosas. lo que se cuenta contamos cosas. reimos, nos charlamos, nos reimos, nos contamos cosas. lo que se cuenta aca es ley nuestra que tiene que quedar aca. quien mas quiere compartir algo, rapido, vamos!con cada puntada, estas mujeres van hilvanando su vida y fortaleciendo su autoestima. la satisfaccion personal de decir yo hice esto o yo le hice esto a mi nieto. yo estoy haciendo un blanket para un bebe. jiiii es un vestidito para una companera del trabajo y este tambien. tengo algo que hacer los viernes, jaaa. la idea surgio del propio desarraigo que sintio blanca al venir de argentina a estados unidos... sin saber manejar y sin hablar ingles, blaca dependia de amigos y familiares casi para todo. y eso a mi me afecto mucho porque yo siempre fui muy independiente. la intencion origin
problema comiendo. la mama lo llevo al hospital y al dia siguiente el niÑo murio." los sintomas concuerdan con los provocados por la bacteria cronobacter...responsable de las recientes muerte de al menos dos niÑos que consumian formula en polvo enfamil.... la noticia que llevo a la madre del pequeÑo a buscar asesoria legal. "sabemos que era una bacteria intestinal, pero no sabemos que tipo de bacteria. lo que tambien sabemos es que la mama tuvo un embarazo normal, el bebito nacio normal y era saludable..." aunque poco comun, la bacteria cronobacter es mortal en la mayoria de los casos...esta presente en el trigo y tiende a morir durante el proceso de pasteurizacion de la leche de formula. sin embargo, la misma ha sido vinculada a las muertes de unos 120 infantes en los ultimos 50 aÑos... "la bacteria no esta supuesta a estar alli y hay un proceso para sacarla y si la bacteria estaba alli en efecto la responsabilidad es de mean johnson la compaÑia que hizo la formula." pruebas bacteriologicas realizadas por el fabricante de los productos enfamil, arrojaron que los lotes responsables por
. >> i got my inspiration from deborah harry. >> exactly. >> or big mama thornton. check her outfits out? >> hold that thought. after the break tell me about big mama thornton. who i have never heard about. ♪ the employee of the month is... spark card from capital one. spark cash gives me the most rewards of any small business credit card. it's hard for my crew to keep up with 2% cash back on every purchase, every day. 2% cash back. that's setting the bar pretty high. thanks to spark, owning my own business has never been more rewarding. [ male announcer ] introducing spark the small business credit cards from capital one. get more by choosing unlimited double miles or 2% cash back on every purchase, every day. what's in your wallet? this guy's amazing. [ knock on door ] cool. you found it. wow. nice place. yeah. [ chuckles ] the family thinks i'm out shipping these. smooth move. you used priority mail flat rate boxes. if it fits, it ships for a low, flat rate. paid for postage online and arranged a free pickup. and i'm gonna track them online, too. nice. between those boxes and this p
in the river. locals called her mama because she swam into the river with her calf. the calf headed back to the ocean three weeks later but mama stayed behind and scientists now say her skin was weakened by the lengthy stay in fresh water which allowed a fungal infection to take hold. it eventually proved fatal. mama died august 16th after beaching herself on a sand bar. >>> it's like a giant leaf blower or something over there. >> complaints about a noisy neighbor. laguna honda's response. >>> and what analysts say we should be watching in 2012. >>> up first these pictures just in from vallejo where a police pursuit came to an end tonight. sweetheart. we need to talk. i've seen your stunts online. i can explain... jumping a ramp in a shopping cart. so 2005. wait, what? and only 3 likes? honey, it's embarrassing. carol's son got over 12 million views on that dancing squirrel video. don't you want that? i...i suppose. now go make your dad and me proud. try something funny. [ male announcer ] now everyone's up to speed. get high speed internet for $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one ye
after break and tell me about big mama thornton. girls just want to have fun ♪ daddy, come in the water! somebody didn't book with travelocity, with 24/7 customer support to help move them to the pool daddy promised! look at me, i'm swimming! somebody, get her a pony! [ female announcer ] the travelocity guarantee. from the price to the room to the trip you'll never roam alone. ♪ if you fall i will catch you i'll be waiting time after time ♪ ♪ if you're lost and you look you will find it time after time ♪ >>> another absolute classic. these are like part of my life. you had an effect on me, cyndi lauper. but you like that. you like the fact that a lot of people through the 80s and 90s, sort of in their teens or whatever, they just loved the kind of spirit that came with your -- the music, the videos, the whole thing. we all wanted to be in cyndi lauper's gang. some people want to go the lady gaga route. >> what do you mean? i think she's fantastic. >> there's nothing she does really you haven't already done. from the fashion to the videos. you were there first. >> l
of place, they feel lonely. >> reporter: dennis got his green card in 1999. he says mama chacha helps families navigate a new culture and connects them to resources so they can be successful. and at the same time. she is introducing bay area students to village life. >> they volunteer in the hospitals, in schools they teach english. they work with women groups like the global fund for women. >> reporter: by connecting bay area organizations and students with projects in africa, mama chacha is changing lives on both continents. 17-year-old san pablo students brianna brooks is raising money to fund a meal program at the local hospital. >> it inspired me it kind of want to give back to them for the life realization they gave to me and i wanted to help them and start fundraising. >> reporter: recently diagnosed with cancer, mama chacha hasn't slowed down. she proudly displays photos of her student projects and is looking forward to future successes both at home and overseas. >> i just want to make a difference. when i was young, without people helping me, i would not have been here. i wan
pocket. and i don't speak english. i never left. that was 30 years ago. my mama, caterina, is very special. >> on april 18, 2005, bruno and his mother were touring the boys and girls club of anaheim. and as i was giving him a tour we were walking through the game room. >> they saw this little kid eating a bag of potato chips. so my grandmother asked, what's that little kid eating? the executive director of the club said, oh, he's eating a bag of potato chips. >> we don't serve them dinner at the boys and girls club. we don't have the means to do that. and bruno's mother, in italian, told him -- >> bruno, why don't you feed them pasta? that was seven years ago. >> and i thought, this is very nice. that we're going to have a hot meal for these kids one night. he's done it every day since. >> when i do the marinara, i add a lot of vegetables. and after that i blend them. when you blend them, you don't see the veggie. one time, when i prepared pasta with broccoli, nobody eat it. i have to hide it from the kids. kids are kids. >> what i really like most about this program is here we hav
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